Orthostatic intolerance is related to many symptoms of POTS. Join us for an overview of what contributes to the body's inability to be upright in POTS patients and what you might try to decrease symptoms. Please click the "subscribe" button so that you don't miss an episode of The POTScast. Subscribing also helps us reach other people just like you!
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